Tourism in Morières-lès-Avignon

Morières-lès-Avignon, in the Vaucluse department, is perfectly integrated in the heart of splendid landscapes. This authentic village reveals its charms to visitors who deserve it. The village stands out as an ideal destination.

Are you taking advantage of your stay to indulge in new outdoor leisure activities? Numerous paths allow you to discover this preserved area of Provence in a different way. Other outdoor activities can be practiced in Provence. Would you like to take part in a climbing session? Would you like to try horse riding?

In Morières-lès-Avignon, as everywhere else in the region, regional specialties are a tourist attraction. At Morières-lès-Avignon, gourmet food is the order of the day! Pay a direct visit to the producers of Provence and taste the flavors of the regional markets.

Churches and bell towers, fountains and wash houses, museums, abbeys… Also take advantage of your stay to discover a famous local heritage or a more confidential one.

Organize your stay by contacting the Tourist Office of Morières-lès-Avignon .

You would like to stay in the Vaucluse department? You would like to stay during your stay near Morières-lès-Avignon? Prepare your stay by booking accommodation that suits you.

The Rhone Valley

The Rhône Valley is a privileged traffic route between Lyon and Provence, and has many villages. The castles, woods and vineyards, the hills make up a landscape of great beauty, between heritage and nature. You can discover the treasures of Provence, from the Mediterranean to Mont-Ventoux, from the Luberon to the Alpilles Nature Park.

Vaucluse Museums

As a nature destination, the department must also be seen as a cultural destination. The museums of Vaucluse will seduce you. You will be able to discover, for example, the Comtadin-Duplessis museum in Carpentras, the Père Anselme winegrower’s tools museum in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the Judeo-Comtadin museum in Cavaillon…

Avignon, the city of the popes

Avignon, in the 14th century, welcomed the sovereign pontiffs who were forced to flee Rome. The city then spread throughout Europe and prospered despite the crises. Remarkable buildings such as the Palace of the Popes or the Pont Saint-Bénezet, which is the subject of a popular song, have survived from this prosperous period.